TRH will be presenting at the Blue Metropolis Literary Festival on Saturday April 16th in Montreal
We are looking for TRUE personal stories on the theme We Are Family: stories about soul sisters,
Keep in mind that the stories must be YOUR STORY not your best friend's or your stepmother's.
All stories are told without notes and are meant to be told in an intimate and casual way.
To submit, please send us a summary of the story you wish to tell as well as a brief description of who you are. The summaries are for selection purposes only and not intended for the audience, so don’t keep any surprises to yourself! You do not need to be a seasoned performer—you just need to have a good story to tell.
Selections lean heavily towards well-developed narrative with insight—it’s called This Really Happened because something should have happened. We also want to know: What was the story ultimately about? What is the meaning of what happened? Were you transformed in any way? Stories do not need to be funny (though funny is good), but keep in mind this is for a live audience.
Stories should be a maximum of 6 minutes long.
If you are interested in telling a story, please submit your story summary to email@example.com by February 22, 2016.
Jeff Gandell tells the story of how he came to believe that losing his virginity would help him stop losing his hair. He told his story live at the Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival on April 26, medications 2013.